Observation and measurement of behavior of porous materials when rapidly compressed
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This paper describes the apparatus and techniques used for the study of the behavior of porous materials when impulsively loaded. Observations are made of the displacement-time history of steel plates, which have been accelerated by means of explosives, as they are retarded by specimens of wood and other porous materials. Preliminary dynamic stress-strain data, and some observations of compression wave propagation in porous media are presented.
KeywordsMechanical Engineer Porous Medium Explosive Fluid Dynamics Wave Propagation
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